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A diagram of those systems would probably be available only at the dealer, unless you can find a Chilton manual that covers those systems. -- Mr. Dog

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A diagram that explains the generation of the computer can be found on the Scribd website. First generation computers used vacuum tubes.


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How many vacuum tubes in first generation computer?

ENIAC was the first digital general purpose computer, built in 1946, and with 17,468 vacuum tubes. The Illiac I, the first computer built and owned by a US educational institution, had 2800 vacuum tubes. The IBM 604 had about 2000 vacuum tubes.


Why modern devices use integrated circuit instead of vacuum tubes?

Modern devices use integrated circuits instead of vacuum tubes because integrated circuits occupy less space than vacuum tubes, are more efficient, consumes less energy and are more reliable than vacuum tubes.


What technology replaced vacuum tubes in the second generation?

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How many vacuum tubes did the ENIAC computer have?

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Vacuum tubes generation?

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Radio vacuum tubes. Eventually computer grade vacuum tubes were developed that improved reliability.


Do vacuum tubes did it lead to an increase or decrease in size?

Vacuum tubes vary from thumb size to larger than most people. Integrated circuits or ICs' are the size of you little finger nail. There was nothing worth remembering before vacuum tubes.


What are the difference between vacuum tube and integrated circuit?

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Why vacuum is required in vacuum tubes?

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What has the author Karl R Spangenberg written?

Karl R. Spangenberg has written: 'Vacuum tubes' -- subject(s): Vacuum-tubes


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Alkali used in vacuum tubes?

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